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Sharjah Police warns vs stopping car on road, improper parking

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Jun. 05, 17 | 11:01 am

Sharjah Police warned motorists to observe proper use of mosque parking spaces to avoid traffic congestion and possible accident from such behavior.

Major Abdul Rahman Khater, Director of Traffic Awareness Department of Sharjah Police, also warned that drivers who stop their cars in the middle of the road without sufficient reasons will be fined Dh500 and will accumulate four black points, according to a Khaleej Times report.

Article 67 of the Traffic Act also mandates a fine of Dh200 for motorists who obstruct road traffic.

Khater said improper parking during taraweeh prayers could cause major problems such as late arrival of emergency trucks that could result in loss of lives and property.

Meanwhile, new service roads and parking spaces will soon be opened to the public in Sharjah.

The Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority had allotted Dh2,300,000 to fund the construction of 400 meters of service roads and 174 additional parking spaces.

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